THE Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society held its ‘best ever’ Summer Show on Saturday, at the Shoreham Centre.
Daphne Thomas, show secretary, said: “The main room of the centre was full of tables laden with magnificent cut flowers, including gladiolus and dahlias.
“The fuchsia pot plants were of special interest. The vegetable classes did well, especially the garden trug section.
“The floral art classes were well received, as were the cookery and hobbies sections.
“Our autumn show is being held at the Shoreham Centre on Saturday, October 10.”
The Shoreham Hort- icultural and Allotment Society was founded in 1919, and the group meets on the first Friday of each month at St Peter’s Church Hall.
The winners were as follows: Banksian Medal - John Cole, Society Shield - Jenny Hughes, Intermediate Classes - Jenny Hughes/John Cole, Tom Pollington Memorial Cup - Barry Hillman, R.R.Ebbetts Cup - Ian Swyer, W.H.Phillips Challenge Cup - Jack Rudland, Sparrow Challenge Shield - Ian Swyer, Harold Brown Challenge Cup - Ann Cox, Shoreham Top Tray - John Cole, Burgess Challenge Cup - Ted Banks, Gladys Thomas Challenge Bowl - A.G.MacCulloch, Lydon Shield - Best Spike - A.G.MacCulloch, Fuchsia Crested Spoon - Gordon Welfare, Best Fuchsia in Show Blue Ribbon - Gordon Welfare, Cheeseman Challenge Cup - Julie MacCulloch, George Cook Challenge Cup - Jack Rudland, Flora Challenge Cup - Gill Robbins, Best flower in show (gladiolus) Red Ribbon - A.G.MacCulloch, Best vegetable in show (vegetable trug) Green Ribbon - Jack Rudland, Fred and Val Photography Shield - Daphne Thomas, Homecraft Shield - Alison Tanner, Men Only homecrafts - Doug Rowland, Hobbies & Pastimes - Alison Tanner, Best Allotment - Ian and Helen Swyer, Best small garden - Lois Ellett-Pawson, and Open Craft Class - Brian Thomas.
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